Sarabeth’s Opens on Park Avenue South

The famous brunch spot’s newest outpost is more dinner-centric

Photo Sasabune Omakase Modified: Flickr/erin/CC 4.0

The newest New York City location of the growing Sarabeth’s empire opened Feb. 25 on 27th Street and Park Avenue South. Whereas their other locations are geared toward the breakfast and brunch crowd, this newest one is taking advantage of its power-player location and is instead focusing its energies on dinner and drinks along with breakfast and brunch, offering several dinner entrées not featured on any other Sarabeth’s menu.

This is the newest restaurant in pastry chef/restaurateur Sarabeth Levine’s growing portfolio, which also includes a line of jam sold in retail shops, a bakery-café, and a cookbook.

The first thing you see when entering the large, airy restaurant is the 18-seat bar, and the 128-seat dining room is dominated by plush banquettes. Jams and other bakery products can be purchased at the hostess station, and private dining rooms can also be rented out.

The executive chef, Freda Sugarman, was previously chef at P.J. Clarke’s Las Vegas. The bar menu will feature a selection of bar bites as well as signature cocktails, wines, and craft beers.

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